I've just purchased the model II L1 with 2 bass and the Tonematch for performance... I'm so excited!
I have previously been using the 2x Mackie 450 speakers and I loved them but a prolapsed disc has forced my hand (though I am hopeful I will have no regrets!)
I will be using the sennheiser ew100 G2 wireless mic - Does the Tonematch have a preset for it?
Any advice on setup would be much appreciated. It arrives next week and I am all set for perfectig the sound I want - A full, broad authentic sound!
CHEERS IN ADVANCE
** FOR REFERENCE
I am a solo singer using backing tracks through Ipad/iphone.
I perform mostly swing and Buble with a bit of country and party tunes thrown in
Venues are normally corporate and wedding gigs in hotels but I do the odd restaraunt
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Congratulations on getting your new system!
For the Sennheiser EW100 G2 (use T1® Channel 1,2, or 3)
Category: Vocal Mics
Preset: Handheld Mics
For the backing tracks: (use T1® Channel 4/5)
Preset: Low Volume Music (intimate gigs)
Preset: High Volume Music (bigger gigs)
Here are some general notes for you:
T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine
L1® Model II in the wiki
T1® and backing tracks - connections
I've been told it arrives tomorrow and I'm looking forward to playing around with it.
Im sure I will be on here again soon and hope I'll be able help others one day...
I may even upload a video once I've mastered it! Great forum site btw...
I'm a keys player so can't help you with the setup but can guarantee that you'll love it to bits - I have exactly the same rig (except it's attached to a KB) and anyway your'e in very good hands if you follow ST's advice.
My only extra tip would be that I wished I had started saving 'Scenes' earlier - you'll see what I mean when you get into the T1
(And by the way ST - your explanatory drawings get better and better!)
One thing you will notice about the sound is that it doesn't quite sound on stage like your normal setup did. Depending on the venues you play also, it may not be possible to have the system far enough behind you to avoid feedback at higher volumes.
I tend to have it slightly behind me and to one side - so on stage it occasionally sounds bass heavy but out front it doesnt really. Worth playing a backing track as a sound check and walking in front of the PA.
Check my youtube vids to show you what I mean.
Sometimes 1) the L1 is close & to one side with the tower angled slightly away. 2) The L1 is slightly further and to one side behind me. 3) If in a corner I try to angle the L1 across me + towards the room with me at the adjoining wall (so kind of at 90 degeres or 120 degrees type setup).
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